Q: Who proved pythagorous theorm?

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B = (4100x4100) - (14500x14500)

using pythagorous 282 + 642 = 4880 square root = 69.856997 69.856997

Any time you measure distance using triangulation or utilise angles in theorems.

The great pythagorean theorm: a(squared) + b(squared) = c(squared)

Cool question ! Answer - half it then cube it to prove it - an example for you if cube diagonal (not square diagonal) is 100, then using pythagoras theorm the square diagonal = 70.71068, If square the square diagonal = 70.71068, then using pythagoras theorm the side length = 50 therefore the volume = 50 ^ 3 = 25000 units works with any numbers

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Yes he did.

height*height+base*base=hypotnuse*hypotnuse where hypotenuse is the longest side in a right angled triangle

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Because he did not write things down, it is hard to say. Most historians believe that the Sumerians used it, but Pythagoras proved it to always be true.

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a2+b2=c2

Pythagorean Theorem, dealing with side of right triangles. A2+B2=C2

A greek man called Pythagoras.

Yes you have to use the pythagorean theorm to find the length of a right triangle. But you must subtract A2 from C2 then square root the answer.